Future jobs of 2025-2030 in various fields of technology seem to be among the growing demands of adapting the planet to accommodate its growing population.
Here is a list of futuristic jobs that are already being implemented and performed by various artificial intelligence computer programs and robots.
Thus, workers of 2020 who have been unemployed by COVID-19, which sounds like AI (Certificate of Vaccination Artificial Intelligence), are already being replaced by technological skills the average person cannot perform.
That is why the RuralMoney.com blog strive to present practical home based businesses you can startup without a formal or technical education.
This list of futuristic jobs below don’t sound like plans have been made to employ the general population as we have been up to January 2020.
After you have examined and considered these “new jobs” with attention to descriptions, and not just read through them in a casual manner, then you may find this blog to truly be your best friend.
In terms of finding relative opportunities to earn money, with your soon to become obsolete knowledge, skills and abilities, going forward.
The era of big data is just getting started, with many firms eager to tap vast new databases to gather more info on their customers, their competitors, and even themselves. The challenge isn’t just crunching numbers; it’s making sense of them, and gaining useful insights that can be translated into a business edge.
App development and marketing and market research are two growing fields where the use of data is exploding. You will need the right gadgets and know-how to position yourself for a job in these time bomb fields.
The basic idea underlying this field is fabricating items in low cost printers. At this stage in 2020, there is plenty of hype, but 3D printers are already in demand and in use. When manufacturers need chocolate, jewelry, etc, they print it!
That’s the way of the future. Instead of the long processes and procedure of fabricating in a factory and shipping the item wherever it’s needed, 3D printers are expected to produce everything from architect models to sinks to spare camera parts. “It’s already happening at service bureaus. Manual printer press skills are obsolete.
A lot of software development job have long since been outsourced overseas, but the need for high-level computer experts able to tie systems together is still strong. In finance and investing, for instance, high-speed computing is increasingly a prime competitive advantage. And most big companies will need networks that are faster, more seamless, and more secure.
Right now, this idea is slightly beyond sci-fi. The idea underlying this future business is exploiting and exploring space. Since resources are running out here on Earth, the value of rare metals and minerals may someday be worth the cost of lunar or asteroid mining, especially when you consider that deep sea drilling requires investments of billions of dollars.
If you realize that everything we hold of value on Earth is in near-infinite quantities in space, you realize there will be vast wealth created on the space frontier. Many entrepreneurs like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are not concerned with the difficulties inherent in mining an asteroid; as they are already convinced it’s possible and lucrative, and are already mining employees to fill the positions.
New technology will continue to generate breakthroughs in medicine, manufacturing, transportation, and many other fields, which means there will be strong demand for workers schooled in biology, chemistry, math, and engineering. Some areas that show particular promise: biotechnology and biomedicine, nanotechnology, robotics, and 3D printing, which allow the manufacture of physical products from a digital data file.
Migration As A Service
I have read that migrating from one platform to another is a pain and as technology improves, there’s going to be an increase in need for migration services, so that platform users won’t lose data while moving across SaaS platforms.
Right now, robots are scrubbing floors, but they cannot wash dishes. Thousands of robots have been blown up or damaged by improvised explosive devices in Iraq and Afghanistan. So robot mechanics already exist. However, we’re talking about something as ubiquitous as a computer repair engineer.
The world robot population is growing rapidly, with an estimated 13 million robots by the end of next year, according to IFR World Robotics. Many are industrial robots, but personal robotics is growing rapidly, with research robots doing dishes and ironing. Soldiers risk their lives trying to save bots on the battlefields. It will accelerate massively.
This idea is about making things smaller than it was half a century ago. As satellites get smaller, the costs of launching them get lower. That’s the major limiting factor. Nano satellites and the even-smaller picosatellites can be packed with all sorts of useful equipment that have business applications.
The types of nanosatellites and microsatellites that can be built by small companies and universities will become more robust. We’re heading in a direction where small teams and small companies will be able to do far more in smaller packages, with less employees.
The high competition in the smart phone market, leads to the dramatic price reduction and in turn it has increased the usage too. Now, everyone can afford to get at least one smart phone in their hand. Luckily, there are many smart phone repair technicians are out there. Without any doubt, this job requires certified technician skills.
Kids Friendly Apps
There’s a reason why YouTube videos must be designated “kid friendly” or not. Kids are future customers, so YoutTube is ahead of the curve trying to gain their loyalty. JWT Intelligence also cited the connectivity of kids as a big trend for the future starting from now. According to Common Sense Media, three-quarters of kids have access to a mobile device.
This spells a big business opportunity for anyone who can create videos, products or design apps just for kids. And, if they also happen to be educational or promote good health, you’ll win their parents over, too.
Healthcare And Biotechnology
Body Part Making
This job has to deal with the use of degrading polymers and stem cells to engineer tissues. This is not about growing a foot or an arm in a lab. It’s about growing skin or tendon or muscle–in other words, single types of tissue. But the possibilities are immense.
For instance, a Connecticut company already has the technology and; they are working to heal ACL tears without taking a tendon from another part of the body to surgically repair it. The company uses a degrading polymer placed where a tear occurred and lets stem cells in the blood do the healing.
Using a device that looks like a high-tech shoelace, is braided. It looks like about a 5-inch shoelace from your sneaker made from very small fibers, smaller than a human hair.
Stem Cell Pharmacy
This concept is concerned with healing cells and moves medicine away from drugs. Stem cells are already used to model diseases and test new drugs, but as the technology advances, stems cells may actually push drugs aside.
Even now, stem cells are showing promise for degenerative diseases and regrowing cells after surgeries. Pharmacies full of drugs, however, could well be replaced with pharmacies of cells that are more natural and work better.
This is the use of nanotechnology for the reparation of cells. A report commissioned by the British Government, “The Shape of Jobs to Come,” flubbed in suggesting that nanotechnology would lead to subatomic medical treatments and hence, nanomedics.
Bruce Donald, a computer science professor at Duke University, has been creating microrobots that could possibly insert electrons into neurons in the brain. The world’s smallest untethered, controllable robots, Donald’s nanobots are about 60 microns wide (200 could fit on an M&M). It’s not hard to imagine medical applications for robots, not humans.
If you don’t know, reading DNA gives clues to disease. At this junction in the history of human existence, DNA reveals some diseases. But testing DNA for patterns that correlate with diseases won’t disappear so easily. BioNanomatrix, a Philadelphia company that provides technology solutions for reading DNA, is working on getting DNA sequencing under $100 by 2020.
The long-term possibilities of cheap DNA testing involve a better understanding of aging and endless possibilities for new ways to cure and treat disease. The great dream is that you take a person’s DNA when they are a baby and you profile it in a very thorough way, which can make it easy to predict the health status of the baby.
It’s common knowledge that electric vehicles is already in the U.S. auto market and hundreds of charging stations have been built. Thousands will have to be built to cater to increasing consumers. The all-electric Nissan Leaf completely sold out before the car even arrived in U.S. showrooms.
With that kind of demand, the charging stations to get those cars running are also going to be in high demand. The idea is to ensure that people don’t hesitate to buy electric because they’re worried about fueling. The key is that they fuel a little differently.” In general, the cars take hours to charge, so stations are needed where cars are parked.
The idea is hinged on personal flight. It is actually commercially available right now, but has not been embraced by consumers. An aircraft company is already taking orders for the first commercially available jetpack. It’s recreational, so you’d need to fly in a field somewhere, rather than to work.
It’s also expensive, stating a price of $100,000. If that price comes down, however, it’s not hard to imagine that folks might want to fly to work instead of drive. That is, until air traffic looks like the freeways of today.
Car sharing or car sharing (US) or car clubs (UK) is a model of car rental where people rent cars for short periods of time, often by the hour. They are attractive to customers who make only occasional use of a vehicle, as well as others who would like occasional access to a vehicle of a different type than they use day-to-day.
The organization renting the cars may be a commercial business or the users may be organized as a company, public agency, cooperative, or ad hoc group.
One major expense that people undergo daily is motor vehicle fueling. Imagine a world where you didn’t have to fuel your vehicle. You can develop your own electric vehicle or employ people to develop one and sell the idea to you for reproduction.
I am certain that a lot of people would receive this innovation with open arms. And in case you are asking if it’s possible for cars to run on electricity, yes it is. A little bit of research would clear you of any doubt.
Defense And Security
High-technology jobs in cybersecurity and privacy protection are needed because the use of smart phones connected to different grids of information has exposed our information to those who want to steal it. The need for data protection and reputation management is growing rapidly. From credit-card numbers to photos from the latest kegger, more private information is online than ever before.
Businesses need to protect that information, and individuals need to be careful with it. Right now, States are only now beginning to pass laws that require companies to have written security plans to prevent data breach. Beyond data, an industry is developing in the field of reputation management.
Agriculture And Agro-Allied
Can you imagine a job growing meat in the lab? That is what this is about. Even though this is already been done, but the taste is not there yet. Using techniques that come out of stem cell technology, numerous groups of scientists have grown meat in the lab. Stem cells are placed on scaffolding and soaked in nutrients to grow.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are behind the push for lab meat. In 2008, the group offered a $1 million prize to the first group that can grow commercially viable amounts of chicken meat in a lab. New Harvest is a nonprofit founded by Jason Matheny in 2004 to do just that.
Single-story, high-tech greenhouses save significant amounts of water and increase productivity. So why not stack them up and make cities self-sufficient? The idea for vertical farms came from an infectious disease ecologist, Dickson Despommier, who turned his knowledge of parasites into a way of looking at cities.
“Instead of the city behaving like a parasite, it should be a symbiant. The future city has to take a big lesson from nature and start behaving like an ecosystem.” By that, he means zero-waste cities.
Water is becoming scarce. It has been said that water is the oil of the 21st century. But humans don’t need to drink a liter or two of oil every day. Early signs of coming conflicts over water are already apparent around the world and in the U.S., where the Southwest is ever thirsty.
Water issues are a coming tidal wave, especially considering the amount of water needed for agriculture. People will actually make a choice: I could drink this water, or I could let my plants drink this water. Soon this element is going to be the subject of conflicts and wars. If you don’t know, Bottled water is already a billion-dollar business.
Two out of every two people love pets and they are more popular than ever, and some of them get medical care that’s practically fit for a human. The BLS expects the need for vets to rise 36 percent by 2020. Almost every household owns a pet. But due to the hurry burry lifestyle, most of them have no time to take care of their lovable pets.
According to “American Pet Products Association” this pet care industry grows by 5% each year. The pet care industry includes services like pet sitting, pet mobile grooming, and assisting people who want to grow bees and chickens in their home located in the city, etc.
Entertainment And Tourism
Right now, the idea is beyond 3D. The hologram of today is a clever version of an old illusion called Pepper’s Ghost. In the mid-19th century, the trick was done with thick glass between the audience and image that could make a figure appear to be floating in the air.
Current illusionists use highly reflective polymer, invisible to the audience, to create life-size images. A top application for the technology is using holograms for real-time telepresence for meetings. The capacity already exists for numerous people in different cities to appear on stage on another continent, in real time. Of course, hologram theaters could replace 3D, as well.
Lunar Tour Guide
This is a form of pay to play lunar travel and will be available in the next few years. Accessing space used to only be the province of governments or large aerospace giants. That is no longer the case, with numerous companies sending paying customers into the heavens. That may go a step further, with lunar missions, in the next five or 10 years.
Ever since Eugene Cernan stepped off the moon on Dec. 14, 1972, the moon has been devoid of human contact. The next person to return may well pay for the right to do so. Space Adventures has commenced the business, by planning a lunar mission for tourists in the next three to four years.
This is a form of space tourism and it is targeted toward the upper echelon of our world. The punch line is that we are now seeing the birth of the Googles and Apples of the space business. There are a number of companies working on space hotels.
At the forefront is Bigelow Aerospace, which launched two prototypes of space hotels and currently plans a commercial space complex. Called Sundancer, the hotel is expected to have space for up to six people on a short-term basis. A Russian company called Orbital Technologies is also racing to have the first commercial space station.
By Ajaero Tony Martins | Enhanced by Tonza Borden
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